Course on a Vegetarian Diet with Food Combining

Course on a Vegetarian Diet with Food Combining

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Harmonie et Santé 2000 presents a diet that can help prevent cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, constipation, acne, allergies, arthritis, certain neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, strokes and much more.
The introduction will explain how human beings can develop their maximum mental and physical potential by applying three basic rules: rest, exercise and a healthy diet.
You will also find a definition and explanation of vegetarianism, proteins and sources of proteins, vitamins and sources of vitamins, minerals and sources of minerals, trace elements and sources of trace elements, lipids and sources of lipids, carbohydrates and sources of carbohydrates.
You will also find a definition and explanation of food combining, digestion, assimilation, elimination, a list of the main sattvic foods and a menu.
Finally, you will find thirteen protein recipes and sixteen carbohydrate recipes for two, a table for multiple portions and food composition tables.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Introduction................................................ 7
Vegetarianism..............................................13
Proteins.......................................................15
Vitamins......................................................21
Minerals......................................................26
Trace elements.............................................31
Lipids..........................................................34
Carbohydrates..............................................37
Food combining............................................43
Digestion.....................................................50
Assimilation.................................................52
Elimination..................................................54
The main sattvic foods..................................57
Menu..........................................................62
RECIPES Proteins
White beans................................................63
Romano beans.............................................64
Great Northern beans...................................65
Small red beans ..........................................66
Chickpeas...................................................67
Lentils........................................................68
Stuffed peppers...........................................69
Chop suey..................................................70
Cooked tofu................................................71
Sliced tofu..................................................72
Tofu quiche.................................................73
Tofu soup...................................................74
Soy milk.....................................................75

TABLE OF CONTENTS (cont’d.)
Page
RECIPES Carbohydrates
Tabbouleh..................................................76
Kasha........................................................77
Rice..........................................................78
Vegetarian pizza.........................................79
Pot-au-feu.................................................80
Ratatouille.................................................81
Vegetarian spaghetti...................................82
Kasha pâté................................................83
Shepherd’s pie...........................................84
Whole grain soup.......................................85
Buckwheat crepes......................................86
Carrot crepes.............................................87
Fruit cake..................................................88
Cookies.....................................................89
Date squares.............................................90
Whole wheat bread.....................................91
Multiple portions.........................................92
Food composition tables..............................94
References...............................................106

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COURSE ON A VEGETARIAN DIET WITH FOOD COMBINING
André Gauthier
COURSE
ON A VEGETARIAN DIET WITH
FOOD COMBINING
FROM THE SAME AUTHOR: From the same publishing house A Vegetarian Diet with Food Combining Production Guide for a Vegetarian Diet with Food Combining
Translated from the French :COURS D’ALIMENTATION VÉGÉTARIENNEAVEC COMBINAISONS ALIMENTAIRES MONTRÉAL 2015 By HARMONIE ET SANTÉ 2000
André Gauthier
COURSE
FOOD COMBINING
ON A VEGETARIAN DIET WITH
All rights reserved for translation and adaptation for all countries. Any reproduction, total or partial, of this work by any means whatsoever is strictly prohibited. First Edition, August 2015 ISBN 978-2-924629-00-0Publisher:HARMONIE ET SANTÉ 2000,Maison d’édition 18725 Meloche St.  (Pierrefonds) Montreal  Quebec, Canada  H9K 1N8  www.harmonieetsante2000.com Copyright 2015 André Gauthier All rights reserved th Legal deposit: 3 trimester 2015 Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec Bibliothèque et Archives Canada
TABLE OF CONTENTSPage Introduction................................................7 Vegetarianism............................................... 13 Proteins.................................................... 15 Vitamins.................................................... 21 Minerals.................................................... 26 Trace elements.............................................. 31 Lipids...................................................... 34 Carbohydrates............................................... 37 Food combining.............................................. 43 Digestion................................................... 50 Assimilation................................................ 52 Elimination................................................. 54 The main sattvic foods...................................... 57 Menu........................................................ 62 RECIPES ProteinsWhite beans................................................ 63 Romano beans............................................... 64 Great Northern beans....................................... 65 Small red beans............................................ 66 Chickpeas.................................................. 67 Lentils.................................................... 68 Stuffed peppers............................................ 69 Chop suey.................................................. 70 Cooked tofu................................................ 71 Sliced tofu................................................ 72 Tofu quiche................................................ 73 Tofu soup.................................................. 74 Soy milk................................................... 75
TABLE OF CONTENTS (cont’d.) PageRECIPES CarbohydratesTabbouleh.................................................. 76 Kasha...................................................... 77 Rice....................................................... 78 Vegetarian pizza........................................... 79 Pot-au-feu................................................. 80 Ratatouille................................................ 81 Vegetarian spaghetti....................................... 82 Kasha pâté................................................. 83 Shepherd’s pie............................................. 84 Whole grain soup........................................... 85 Buckwheat crepes........................................... 86 Carrot crepes.............................................. 87 Fruit cake................................................. 88 Cookies.................................................... 89 Date squares............................................... 90 Whole wheat bread.......................................... 91 Multiple portions........................................... 92Food composition tables.....................................94 References.................................................. 106
INTRODUCTIONTHE AGE OF AQUARIUSThe Age of Aquarius is the harmonization of the material world with the spiritual world; to achieve this, humans must develop their maximum mental and physical potential by applying three basic rules: Rest Exercise A healthy diet I. Rest Rest is the cessation or absence of movement; it is also peace of mind.  Rest may be acquired in different ways, such as: sleep, meditation, relaxation, etc.
a. Sleep
1. Definition
 Sleep is the state in which an individual’s sensitivity  and activities are suspended.
 2.
 3.
 b.
The required amount of sleep
The required amount of sleep may vary for each individual depending on different factors such as:
Workload Stress Physical fitness Health, etc.
It is generally agreed upon that eight hours of sleep is a reasonable average to allow the regeneration of one’s physical and mental state.
Other ways to rest
Even though sleep is always necessary, there are others ways to achieve even greater levels of rest, such as:
Meditation Relaxation, etc.
Meditation
Meditation is a simple, natural and easy mental technique that is practiced 15 to 20 minutes twice daily, thus providing deep rest while experiencing the Source of all Thoughts.
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II
c.
Relaxation
Relaxation is a state where the muscles of the body loosen up at rest.
Exercise
a.
b.
c.
Definition
Exercise is the action of training, learning through practice.
The goal of exercise
The goal of exercisingis to acquire the maximum level of flexibility in all joints of our body, the maximum level of flexibility of all muscles of our body, particularly that of the spine to facilitate the flow of energy necessary to our health.
Strenuous exercise and competition
It is not recommended to practice strenuous exercise or competition. This can only lead to physiological problems, premature aging and a reduction of our mental potential due to an excessive concentration of adrenaline (hormone secreted by the adrenals) in the blood.
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